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CIT Badminton Tournament

CIT sponsored Trojans Badminton Club's 2021 Annual Badminton Tournament

group picture of the participants 
1st place of the tournament 
came second in the tournament 
came 3rd place in the tournament 

On April 8th, the Confucius Institute and the Trojans Badminton club co-hosted a  mixed doubles tournament. It was held at the Wright Hall gym, and drew more than 15 participants and audiences who were Troy students and falcuty and staff. The Confucius Institute sponsored drinks and snacks for the participants.  After the tournament, Nigel and Lily won the first place, Dele and Nhung came second, and Ben and Cassidy won third place.

Trojans Badminton Club and CIT Co-host 2020 Annual Badminton Tournament

group picture of Troy students and faculty and staff participated in the badminton tournament 
Alan Cao and Ping He, a troy student and professor, won the first prize of the badminton tournament 
Vinh and rachael, troy students, won second prize of the badminton tournament 
Leticia and Benjamin, troy students, won thrid prize of the badminton tournament 

On October 20th, the Confucius Institute and the Trojans Badminton club co-hosted a  mixed doubles tournament. It was held at the Wright Hall gym, and drew more than 30 participants and audiences who were Troy students and falcuty and staff. The Confucius Institute sponsored drinks and snacks for the participants.  (Chinese ver. available)

Trojans Badminton Club and CIT Co-host 2019 Annual Badminton Tournament 

All the participants gather behind the CIT banner for a group picture.  
The first-place winners for the mixed double 
The second-place winners for the male and female divisions pose together.  
The third-place winners for the male and female divisions pose together.   
The winning participants pose in a group picture 

On November 13th, the Confucius Institute and the Trojans Badminton club co-hosted a badminton competition. The tournament was held at the Wright Hall gym, and drew more than 30 participants. The competition includes two divisions, men's singles and women's singles. After a fierce competition, James Doan won the men's singles championship and Sayaka Yoshimura won the women's singles championship. (Chinese ver. available)